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iiNet extends mix and match mobility range

iiNet extends mix and match mobility range

Includes Samsung camera and tablets

Telco service provider, iiNet, has extended its mix and match mobility range, adding two new Samsung tablets and a 16.3 megapixel camera with 3G connectivity. The expanded range includes two new 3G-compatible Samsung tablets, with a choice of seven-inch or 10.1 inch screen sizes running the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) software with a 1GHz processor.

iiNet group mobility product manager, Marcus Hecht, said the company extended its range to provide customers with more choice when it comes to choosing a mobile device that suits them. “We know our customers love their tablets and now they can enjoy the internet using the best devices out there. Paired with our flexible mobile broadband plans, we’ve got a tablet for everyone,” he said.

When paired with an iiNet 24-month 3G mobile broadband plan, the Samsung Galaxy camera is available outright for $579 or for $22 per month.

Similarly, the 8GB Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 costs $13 a month on a 24-month contract while the 16GB Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 costs $22 a month on a 24-month contract. iiNet 3G mobile broadband services available with the new Samsung Galaxy camera and tablets start from $19.95 per month for a four-gigabyte data quota.

iiNet mobile broadband plans are also available with data quotas of 8GB ($29.95 per month), 16GB ($39.95 per month) and 20GB ($59.95 per month).

The cost of each 3G data plan is reduced by $5 per month if it’s bundled with an iiNet fixed line broadband or traditional fixed line phone plan.

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